Old Fashioned Bathrooms Blog Posts
A Guide To Our Brassware FinishesChoosing your bathroom suite is a big decision, sometimes you can overlook the small details such as what brassware finish to choose. Therefore, in this blog we will discuss the difference between the different finishes we offer,...
About Thomas Crapper Thomas Crapper were established in 1861 and opened the first ever bathroom showroom in 1870. Their products to this day are inspired by their past designs- still producing items of the same quality that Thomas would offer. Thomas Crapper are true...
Are you looking to buy a new bath but not quite sure on what material to choose? This blog post weighs the pros and cons of the 5 different bath materials that we offer here at Old Fashioned Bathrooms.
There are so many toilets available on the market right now. But what’s the best toilet for you and your bathroom? Click here to find out.
There’s growing evidence the bidet comeback in UK bathrooms is underway!
Put into place a deep bathroom cleaning routine comprised of the following 10 steps!
Traditional bathroom design is back to stay! Perfect for period homes, traditional bathrooms are stylish & practical.
Our tap guide covers everything you need to know about choosing bath or basin taps!
The ultimate guide to slipper baths. Learn about the history of the iconic slipper design. Shop slipper tub styles.
Close coupled toilets explained! Read about how they work and shop traditional close coupled toilet styles.
Baths made out of steel – what’s the big deal? Learn about steel baths and what makes them different to acrylic styles. Shop Bette steel bath designs.
Learn about rimless toilets, how they work and the benefits vs traditional toilet designs. Shop Burlington rimless toilets from £184 – save water and reduce cleaning.
Learn about Bateau baths and the history of the iconic bathtub design. Shop our online Bateau bath range and explore bath styles for your traditional bathroom.
Space can be deceptive, especially in bathrooms. There are a few tactics you can use to make your bathroom seem larger than it is.
Art Deco is a style that became popularised in the 1920s and influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewellery and everyday objects used in the home.
If you haven’t splashed out on a new bathroom, you’d be amazed how a deep clean and some attractive accessories can spruce up a tired looking suite.
When creating a new bathroom the focus of attention goes on choosing the style of bath, shower and washbasin. When it comes to toilets the many options available are not widely known.
It’s not just music, clothes and haircuts that go in and out of style – you only have to look at a 1980s avocado bathroom, with textured wallpaper or Artex ceiling to see how dated décor trends can be.